[socket-proc] Implement backpressure for socket-child data bridge

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3 months ago
6 days ago

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(Reporter: valentin, Assigned: junior)

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In Bug 1510691 we added the ability to send data directly from the socket process to the child process via PBackground. We to make sure data doesn't pile up in the content process.

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Junior, can you take this?

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7 days ago
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7 days ago
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Comment 3

6 days ago

I think it's okay to keep SendBytesRead even if the ODA is through
Socket-Child. In this case, no flow control in socket process. Doesn't
matter a lot to send some useless BytesRead to parent (it's a no-op,
adding some bytes, not hitting assertion/suspension)

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